Wilder vs Helenius Live Broadcast Free 15 October 2022

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  • October 16, 2022 at 1:00 AM +06

Heavyweights Deontay Wilder and Robert Helenius didn’t have to “make weight,” but the hit the scales today in Brooklyn, and are set for Saturday night.


Helenius (31-3, 20 KO), on the other hand, weighed in at 253¼ lbs, which is actually a notable bit above his normal weights, as he may be looking to use his weight in ways that Fury did in Wilder’s last couple of fights. He’s not going to weigh in the 270s the way Fury did, but the weight difference here is roughly the same; we’re talking just under 40 lbs difference here.

The weights are actually interesting, though. Wilder (42-2-1, 41 KO) came in at 214½ lbs, significantly lighter than the 231 and 238 he was in his latter two fights with Tyson Fury. I’ve mentioned leading up that I think Wilder is far more comfortable and “himself” coming in between 215 and 225. He was 219½ for his last win, over Luis Ortiz in 2019, and was actually 212½ for his first fight with Fury back in 2018.

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